World Hemp Oil, which is engaged in the manufacturing and distribution of CBD oil as well as creating custom formulations for CBD product wholesalers and retailers, is teaming up with National Farma, a Texas-based company that claims to have made a breakthrough in its water-soluble CBD technology.
World Hemp Oil will become a distributor of National Farma’s water soluble CBD to product manufacturers, as well as bulk products featuring National Farma’s water soluble CBD to retailers and wholesalers.
Water Soluble CBD
National Farma has taken water soluble CBD to the next level by creating high-quality bioavailable CBD. Using its SonoShear technology and emulsification formula, the company has created CBD nano-emulsions with oil droplet sizes under 50 nanometers. This allows for up to 10 times more absorption of the beneficial properties of CBD into the body. This advanced engineered water soluble CBD is odorless and tasteless making it an ideal choice as an additive in many products, including clear beverages.
Bioavailability describes the percentage and rate at which a substance is absorbed into the bloodstream. Oil-water emulsions of nutraceuticals and supplements present a serious challenge for many oral and transdermal therapies, due to most of the beneficial molecules remaining hidden inside of the oil drops.
For CBD products commonly consumed orally, including CBD oils in edibles and beverages, absorption is typically below 10%.
National Farma believes that processing CBD oil with its SonoShear technology will deliver greatly improved absorption results (90% or higher) for CBD supplements.
“This is a game-changer for the CBD products industry. CBD products including tinctures, gel caps, creams and topicals, beverages, and edibles will greatly benefit from National Farma’s proprietary water soluble CBD technology. CBD products will become highly effective and cost efficient,” states Christopher Cain of World Hemp Oil.
According to data compiled by Brightfield Group, the U.S. hemp CBD market is expected to reach $22 Billion by 2022.